“100 Bands To Check Out” – Absolute Punk

Gotee Records band House Of Heroes is set to release their latest effort, SUBURBA on August 3, produced by Mark Lee Townsend (Relient K, Deas Vail) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (The Almost, Paramore).  Suburba is an album like nothing else you will hear today.  And for that fact alone, it is a victory of epic proportions.  Endlessly poppy, galactically ambitious, and dripping with honest, candid emotion, this is what a rock record is supposed to sound like.  This is what a rock record is supposed to feel like.

“I like this album because we chose to write about things that we knew,” states frontman Tim Skipper.  ”We wanted it to sound very American and full of youthful energy.  We kept a lot of what we loved about the last record, but we just applied it differently and I think it came out exactly the way we wanted it to.”

See the ‘God Save The Foolish Kings’ lyrics video today at the bands totally revamped official web site:

Look for the band to play a trek of festival dates leading into nonstop touring through out the late summer, fall and winter of 2010 with the release of SUBURBA.

See them live:

6/9            Nashville, TN                             The Rutledge

6/11          Jacksonville, Florida                     Celebration Church

6/12          Miami, FL                                   Wayside Baptist

6/13          Fort Myers, FL                             Faith United Methodist

6/14          Orlando, FL                                The Plaza Theatre

6/19          Atlanta, Georgia                          Atlanta Fest Stone Mountain

6/23          Mineral City, Ohio                        Ohio Atwood Lake Park

7/1            Shirleysburg, Pennsylvania            Agape Farm

7/3            Marietta, Illinois                          Cornerstone Farm

7/22          Enumclaw, Washington                 Enumclaw Expo Center

7/26          Tiffin, Ohio                                 Seneca County Fair

8/14          Lewisberry, Pennsylvania              Purple Door Festival

8/19          Wilp, Netherlands                        FLevo Festival

9/5            Worthington, South Dakota           LifeLight Festival

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